Militia to North-West Fifty Years Ago Today - Newspaper clippings. - 5 July 1923.

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Database ID24648
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionCanadiana Pamphlets Collection
File/Item ReferenceXIII-95-Militia (13a)
Date of creation5 July 1923
Physical description/extent11 newspaper clippings; 12 pages of textual records
Number of images12
Scope and contentFolder of clippings relating to the 50th anniversary of the Northwest Resistance. All clippings from the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix except where noted. Clippings glued to paper: 1. Almighty Voice's Prison; 2. Poundmaker's Surrender Highlight of Rebellion; 3. Last Buffalo Herds Seen On Western Plains in 1881; 4. Poundmaker's Forces Had Advantage at Cut Knife; 5. Surrender of Big Bear Marked End of Rebellion. Loose clippings: 6. Back in the Bone Age (clipping and photograph); 7. Bloody Massacre, Fifty Years Ago, at Frog Lake Climax of Indian Revolt; 8. Mounties in Riel Rebellion (photograph); 9. Ready for Action (photograph); 10. Local Man Has Historic Pass (photograph); 11. Militia to North-West Fifty Years Ago Today, from the Toronto Telegram.
ContributerSaskatoon Star-Phoenix
Toronto Telegram
Copyright holderPublic domain
Copyright expiry datePublic domain
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Specific document typesArticles
Provenance Access PointUniversity of Saskatchewan Library. Canadiana Pamphlets Collection
Treaty boundariesTreaty 4
Treaty 6
Treaty 8
Cultural regionPlains
NamesAlmighty Voice ** [kâ-kisçyo-manitowçw / kâ-kisîwçt
Big Bear, ca. 1828-1889 (Chief)
Cameron, William Bleasdell
Middleton, Frederick Dobson, 1825-1898
Poundmaker, ca. 1842-1886 (Chief)
Riel, Louis, 1844-1885
SubjectFur Trade
Government departments -- Militia and Defense
Hudson's Bay Company
News and Reporting -- Articles
Northwest Resistance
Battle descriptions
Date Range(s)1880-1889
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